Getting women back into work

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If you’re a woman looking to get back on the employment ladder, you’ll know there’s a lot more to it than just updating your CV and popping down to the nearest job centre or employment agency.

Sorting out common problems such as child care, transport and gaps in your digital skills are just a few of the things you need to consider before you even get that far. But where do you turn if you need help making sure you’re ready to take the next step?

Well, if you live in North Kesteven and you’re unemployed or have been out of the job market for some time, the answer’s easy. You need to get involved in Succeeding Together

Part of the three-year Greater Lincolnshire MOVE project, it’s designed to create opportunities for you to get together in small groups across the county to learn new skills, develop your confidence and share your experiences of getting back into work or setting up a business.

Find out more by joining the Girls Around Town next weekend, when Fiona White of Community Lincs explains just what’s on offer, from free access to five monthly development sessions for each group, use of the My WorkSearch tool, referrals to women’s business networks, introductions to a range of business advice services and more.

Tune in or listen online between 10am and 12 noon on Sunday 19 February  to hear how working together can give you all the advice and support you need to succeed together…

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